I think everyone knows how the War in Iraq began, with the claim that Saddam Hussein possessed Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs) and the way the story geared the American Public for war at the turn of the century. The New York Times led the way with Judith Miller’s commenting on the story with them.
Before I go any further, I’d like to share this article from the Ron Paul Institute that was released on June 26th, 2019, the day I wrote this blog post, stating that the New York Times actually admits to sending stories to the US Government, namely national security officials, for approval before publication.
Anyway, this article goes on to state how almost every single US mainstream media outlet works in cooperation with the CIA. Outlets like ABC, NBC, the Associated Press, Reuters, Newsweek, the Miami Herald, and others. This was uncovered by a journalist named Carl Bernstein who obtained CIA documents and revealed that over 400 American journalists over the span of 25 years “secretly carried out” assignments for the CIA.
War with Iran is inevitable at this stage and we’re seeing a lot of correlations that led to the Iraq War back in 2003. I’m sure some of you remember three huge factors that really stood out that led to the second US invasion of Iraq.
While I was only in the fifth and sixth grades at the time, I clearly remember our teachers telling us about:
1) Iraq’s supposed possessions of weapons of mass destruction (WMDs).
2) Lies of terrorist training camps all around us which is much like we see these days anytime ISIS takes responsibility for a global attack.
3) The Anthrax scare.
Each of these events occurred shortly after 9/11 between September 18th, 2001, and the beginning stages of the war on March 20th, 2003.
In Part IV of my Debunking False Flag Operations Series, Japan attacks Pearl Harbor, many allegories of which you will find in Trilogy II in my Lord of Columbia Series, the first book in the Trilogy to be released in early 2020 entitled ‘Raven’s Flock.’
First, a little backstory for those who may’ve forgotten a little since history class in grade, middle, and high school. On December 7th, 1941, Japanese planes attacked a U.S. Naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, killing over 2,400 Americans. Our realm of government-approved public schooling here in the States, would lead you to believe that this was an unprovoked sneak attack.
Hello, Freedom Flames! Today, we’re discussing the unfortunate truth behind the Persian Gulf War I, which lasted from August 1990 to February 1991.
We now know the primary motivation for entering the Gulf War was due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, after which the public heard horrifying tales surrounding Dictator Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi troops, who news medias claimed were pulling babies from incubators and leaving them to die in Kuwaiti hospitals.
A frightening violation of human rights that would motivate anyone to do something about unspeakable evils, these claims helped rally the American public into supporting an Iraqi invasion.
As Secretary of State Mike Pompeo alleges that Iran attacked two vessels in the Gulf of Oman without any substantial evidence except for, “based on intelligence, the weapons used, the level of expertise needed to execute the operation, recent similar Iranian attacks on shipping.”
In fact, even CBS News reported the Japanese owner of the oil tanker, Kokuka Courageous, that was attacked in the Gulf of Oman contradicted Pompeo’s and the US’ account of the incident.
Dear Freedom Flames,
I’m glad you took the time out of your busy day to return to read up on the Lord of Columbia Series’ influences and I decided to begin with one-hundred-plus years of lies and false flag operations that thrust America into countless wars.
I stated in an article a couple weeks back that I’ll be discussing my primary influences behind Lord of Columbia and since we had a potential false flag in the news recently, I thought it would be great to kick off my ‘Influences’ series talking about the subject.
Hello, Freedom Flames,
Today is a special one indeed, as I’m providing a small excerpt from my debut book, Northern Knights, giving you a little bit of a taste in the book’s actual context.
Lately, I’ve described themes, messages, a few plot elements, and the book’s (along with the rest of the Lord of Columbia Series) main genre.
So, I hope you all enjoy this tiny excerpt from Chapter Two and definitely give me some feedback in the comments section as to what you thought while reading this rather action-packed scene.
Now, one thing to keep in mind is the language that I use. It is more adult-oriented, however this story is told only from Cain’s point of view, and a deeper point of view at that. Much of what you’re seeing are Cain’s thoughts as to how he’s using his own words to convey the story to the reader.
For the full excerpt including Chapter One, click here to claim the full preview.
Brace Yourself for the Red Pill
For those of you following this blog and have even read the Lord of Columbia Series, you’re well aware that this series, while urban fantasy in nature, is an allegory of American history, starting with a modernized version of the American Revolution and, beginning with Raven’s Flock, stretches all the way to a War on Terror allegory.
Click the image to download the first 25 pages of Northern Knights.
The first twenty-five pages of Northern Knights, Book I in my Lord of Columbia Series is now available on Prolific Works for those on the fence of purchasing the book and other works in the series.
I’m often asked how I came up with names of people, locations, and objects that are present in Lord of Columbia and Neo Skyehawk. You have Sword of Stoicheion, Ddraigoch, character names, and more. Some of which I touched on in previous posts and others will be examined in future articles.
Coming up with unforgettable names was something I often asked myself as a kid when I played Pokemon games, wondering how the creators came up with names like Gyarados, Pikachu, and the other original 151 creatures which now number over 700 if I’m not mistaken.